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enough to contact law enforcement. >> in this notes shea writes what the child told her, she felt something gooey, felt like maybe his tongue, mr. chandler said i'm going put something in your mouth. prosecutor says the principal should have gone to police. she reported it to human resources department then interviewed chandler about what the child described. >> it's extremely important mandatory reporters understand their ab bli investigation is to report not to investigate. >> the attorney representing the principal. >> what is wrong was not a complaint of abuse. waits a concern about a lesson plan being done by a teacher. when lynn interviewed the young girl her mother was in the room and heard everything being said and my client was in touch with the district and no one thought what they're being sold amounted to an act of abuse. >> a fermer teacher has since been released from the district. he's awaiting trial on five separate sexual assault charges. and the prince as pal is now in charge of continuing education at evergreen school district. >> thank you very much. police are
the casino's parking will be impossible. at a news conference today council member mary shea said if she has her way d.c. will have a lot more red top parking meters for handicapped only. >> we want to provide a real comer reasonable opportunity for disabled people to come and park just like anybody else. >> 1800 parking spaces, more than 10%, would be for disabled drivers only. >> it is going to be a big pain in the budget. i mean, i don't see a lot of them getting used by handicapped people. >> of the handicapped, i do, but don't take away hours. >> suzanne richardson thinks it is only fair for the government to provide spaces as it requires businesses to. earlier today we saw a land rover with a handicap sticker in the window parked at a meter. we waited for the driver to return. the driver was not a handicap. we said, where is the handicapped person? he said it was his mother who was nowhere to be seen. he got in and drove away. anybody can part get these meters until the new law is passed. -- partk st these meters until the new law is passed. >> coming up, a new bug could cost you money
, and the giants fans are not giving up. >> too many hits and few runs. but we will make it up. >> steve shea and michael jessop were not alone, but almost. giants fans a few specs of orange in a moving sea of red. among those giants fans was john from san jose. >> no way i was going to let 2,000 miles come between me and a playoff game. >> he got his money's worth. a light drizzle fell through batting practice, but serious rain held off. here is the front and now reality complete with thunder, lightning and rain drops that kept falling on our heads, on the turf, on the infield and on the seats. give credit where it is due to the st. louis cardinals fans. >> we will stay here until whatever it takes to finish the game. >> thank goodness it started so early. we needed every minute. abc7 news. >> we'll get them next time. here is the lineup for the next two games. game four is tomorrow at 5:07 pacific time. and game 5 is 5:07 as well on friday. >>> a doctor who ran a major health plan for employees is accused of running an illegal prescription drug operation. and the case against the doctor may
and few runs. but we will make it up. >> steve shea and michael jessop were not alone, but almost. giants fans a few specs of orange in a moving sea of red. among those giants fans was john from san jose. >> no way i was going to let 2,000 miles come between me and a playoff game. >> he got his money's worth. a light drizzle fell through batting practice, but serious rain held off. here is the front and now reality complete with thunder, lightning and rain drops that kept falling on our heads, on the turf, on the infield and on the seats. give credit where it is due to the st. louis cardinals fans. >> we will stay here until whatever it takes to finish the game. >> thank goodness it started so early. we needed every minute. abc7 news. >> we'll get them next time. here is the lineup for the next two games. game four is tomorrow at 5:07 pacific time. and game 5 is 5:07 as well on friday. >>> a doctor who ran a major health plan for employees is accused of running an illegal prescription drug operation. and the case against the doctor may also include underage sex and child pornography. abc7
that pena shea was not fit to stand trial. in relation to the other suspects, their argument is the same one for many years. the the u.s. has no jurisdiction over those crimes and they should have been tried and convicted in the uk. a complex case that i do not think will wrap up any time soon. it could move into tomorrow or even farther along based on the shape of things. >> still to come, we are in south korea looking at a different kind of learning. conveyor belts. workers in northeastern france occupied the site of two arsenal missile steel furnaces on monday. they met in paris to decide their fate. the first had been out of operations since last year. >> they are the last blast furnaces, once the crucible of the french steel industry. now they are to be shut down definitively. the steel tycoon has decided that the floor of the plan is surfaced on requirements. demand has dropped by one quarter since the start of the economic crisis. the decision was formally announced at a meeting in paris. some union members tried to break in to the meeting but were stopped by police. they said it was
don't want to have your plans canceled. whatever they can do based upon what the weather is shea they've should be starting to think about that right now. >> reporter: now, as for the airport itself, they continue to monitor the situation and main role, if there are a t lot of cancelations, would be to find space to put the planes that may end up being stranded here or parked here. again, the main advice for travelers is to stay informed. information is power, especially when flying. live at sfo, nbc bay area news. >> always good to call ahead. thank you. >>> and let's check in with meteorologist for a closer look at hurricane sandy. rob, much of the concern is how massive sandy is expected to be, right? >> yeah. the size of the storm on this satellite view kind of shows you how it's larger than texas, affecting the east coast there of florida. now all of the way up to washington, d.c. the very latest on this system, category 1 hurricane, winds of about 75 miles per hour, moving northeast at this point. that path is going to change by the time we get into monday and tuesday. it's goin
as well. * shea thank you so much to alison and yuka and rams for being here. i wanted to ask if alison and yuka would make a few remarks. >>> i just want to thank you, supervisor mar and the board and rams for the initiative. it's such a great honor and especially with all the honorees here who have dedicated so many years. i'm just -- i'm so humbled to receive this. and i just want to share this with all of the wellness staff who work so hard not only from rams, but from the school district. it's just such an incredible initiative. maria martinez is also a staff through wellness and just -- i'm just always inspired by the youth and families that we all work with. they're just so incredible, search such incredible people in san francisco working so hard together. so, thank you very much. >>> goodness, i didn't think i'd be speaking. thank you very much for this commendation and just wanted to say that i appreciate your acknowledgment of the importance of mental health services in the city. thank you. (applause) >> thank you. thank you. our next commendation will be provided by supervis
, landon donovan quedo fuera por la lesion en la rodilla y el mediocampista brek shea, el tecnico jurgen klinsmann no llamo mas jugadores. en el estadio monumental cuscatlan sera el partido que la fifa le ha llamado de alto riesgo, el salvador recibe a costa rica, una victoria de cualquier selecciÓn podria quedar mas que claro que seria el siguiente clasificado al exagonal donde mexico ya esta. el partido de ida en san jose empataron 2-2. la selecciÓn de canada en casa recibe a cuba que ya esta fuera de toda posibilidad de clasificar. en el estadio mateo flores, la selecciÓn de guatemala tiene un difi Ícil compromiso ante jamaica., otro de los partidos que podria marcar la diferencia para una posible clasificacion al exagonal, el primer enfrentamiento fue victoria para los caribeÑos 2-1. en el estadio romel fernandez, la selecciÓn de panama que esta en buena posiciÓn en la tabla, recibe a la honduras que llegara con varias bajas por lesiones. en el primer enfrentamiento, panama gano de visita y de repetir con un triunfo los canaleros estarian con un pie en la exagonal de concac
shea hitting the streets working to get president obama reelected one door at a time. she and the other campaign volunteers have already registered more than 120,000 new virginia voters. four years ago the obama campaign saw an 83% voter turnout in arlington and volunteers are praying for a repeat. >> virginia went blue. the demography is good for going blue again. >> when president obama won virgin in '08, it was the first time in 44 years voters there backed the democrat. volunteers at this northern virginia phone bank are working to put the state back in the gop column. >> we got our clocks cleaned in virginia four years ago. republicans really didn't put up much of a fight. they took virginia for granted. that's not happening now. >> this campaign season romney volunteers are hitting the phones and knocking on doors and reached out to 4.5 million voter contacts. since june romney has made 18 campaign stops in virginia and the president chose a virginia resort to practice for tuesday's debate. >>> if you live in virginia, the deadline to register to vote is tomorrow. you can register
centrocampista brek shea. el equipo de las barras y las estrellas visitarÁ este viernes a antigua y barbuda, y el prÓximo martes recibe al de guatemala en kansas city. el entrenador ju Ürgen klinsmann que necesitan de los dos triunfos para asegurar su pase al hexagonal de la concacaf anunciÓ que no convocarÁ a otros camino al mundial, en bolivia hay espectativa por el partido en la paz contra peru, el delantero marcelo martins que pasa por buen momento en brasil habla al respecto. para maÑana les tenemos una previa de la concacaf y la conmebol. hasta aqui los deportes, buenas noches. unos mensajes y al volver fanny gutierrez con las notas de la farandula... es un hecho que existen diferencias entre los heroes y las celebridades, pero existe un personaje que de seguro logro ser ambos a lo largo de su vida... y finalizamos esta edicion con un adelanto de lo que escucharemos maÑana tempranito con pedro biaggi, adelante pedro, buenas noches...
more for a battle for control between shea and sunni muslims. take a look the 27% sunni and 27% shea and there is a large christian population the majority of marinite christians. most of them have political wings. most powerful is hezbollah. they stand to to benefit the most. they are strung out not just with president assad but also the iranian ream. >> shep: we'll have more on tonight's debate. first, another cheating scandal. accusations that one team used banned substances to help player catch the ball. plus lance armstrong lost his sponsorship and then he lost his title. now officials are going after the fallen superstar's winning and think of the millions it could cost him. we will have surrogates and brand-new poll in the wake of terrorism is fascinating for the governor and president. that is ahead as fox reports live from boca raton. we're not in london, are we? no. why? apparently my debit card is. what? i know. don't worry, we have cancelled your old card. great. thank you. in addition to us monitoring your accounts for unusual activity, you could also set up free account
. shea most definitely rouses to activity. if it is like change that diaper -- and yes. obama's stimulus did too. the $800 billion american recovery and reinvestment act signed less than a month after he took office may become a national joke, but it did prevent american from collapsing into a depression and it has roused all kinds of activity. it launched over 100,000 projects to upgrade roads, bridges, subways, fish hatcheries. i could go on all day. it is transforming america's approach to energy, education, health care, transportation and more. it is one of the most important and least understood pieces of legislation in modern american history. the short term recovery part as well as the long term investment part. it is also the purist distillation of what obama meant by change. it is a major down payment on all of his biggest campaign promises. the story of the stimulus not only fun and gripping story but it is a microcosm of the obama era. the best way to understand the president, his policies, his approach to politics, his achievements and his troubled marketing this achievement
into a house. >> reporter: brain and shea cameron are survivors. it's a miracle really they are alive. >> the tree as it came through the living room extends to the 18-month-old's -- crushed the crib, so luckily she wasn't in there. >> your sister is the nurse that helped my child out. >> reporter: shea was on the couch in the living room. brian was cooking in the kitchen. their two children were playing in a hallway when the huge tree next-door came crashing right down the middle of their house. >> it was like lumber cracking and obviously it was a big bang cracking and then i turned around. all i success of insulation flying. >> reporter: they heard scream -- saw was on insulation flying. >> reporter: they heard -- saw was insulation flying. >> reporter: they heard scream and crying. it was the children. >> she got the scratching on the face from the sheetrock was the worst part of all it. >> reporter: it's hard to believe no one was seriously hurt. all day curiosity seekers came by to gawk and take pictures and ask about who lived here. the family has an amazingly good attitud
shea deial . they came at the luxury resort bringing pizza to a local campaign office. obama campaign officials say we are going to see a much different debate performance this time around. >> you see a poresful passionate energetic tone that demonstrates the choice we have in front of us. obviously the president is going to be respectful. the most important thing is to talk directly to the undecided voters asking these questions and give them the answer they deserve on what's most impacting their lives. >>> romney is preparing for the debate. he and his wife ann were in church yesterday. they are preparing for an gracive style. >> i think the wind is at governor romney's back. you can see it on the trail you can see it in the data. but the country is pretty evenly divided. >> the tone of this debate tomorrow may be fairly different than the one we saw two weeks ago. the one tomorrow night will be at the town hall format. both will have to connect directly with the voters there right in front of them asking them questions. back to you guys. >>> thank you so much. moving on to the sept
. am i saw that first pitch. and i saw that first pitch at shea stadium when the giants came out here. all the wonderful west coast. >> or kidding yourself a little bit. but it is okay baby. baseball is 150 days old. you have to love it until you get bald. >> the people they will meet at a giants bart during the playoffs. >> let's go giants! >> again out here at mccovey restaurant a very busy day. early on but a difficult out, 43-one to the cardinals. and the next game. the final score was 3- 1. they lost to the cardinals. j. r. stone, kron 4 news. >> quite a lot of work for the koyt tower... let me show you the details. >> it is one of the most recognizable structures in san francisco. people come from all over the world to get a lot from this location is striking in and of its all but the murals are just as historic. the murals and frescoes were painted by some of the best artists from the depression. showing working-class life style. however, years of water leaks are damaging the frescoes. on friday they will start repairs. they will be coming from the second floor of this is good
are not giving up. >> too many hits and few runs. but we will make it up. >> steve shea and michael jessop were not al almost. giants fans a few specs of orange in a moving sea of red. among those giants fans was john from san jose. >> no way i was going to let 2,000 miles come between me and a playoff game. >> he got his money's worth. a light drizzle fell through batting practice, but serious rain held off. here is the front and now reality complete with thunder, lightning and rain drops that kept falling on our heads, on the turf, on the infield and on the seats. give credit where it is due to the st. louis cardinals fans. >> we will stay here until whatever it takes to finish the game. >> thank goodness it started so early. we needed every minute. abc7 news. >> we'll get them next time. here is the lineup for the next two games. game four is tomorrow at 5:07 pacific time. and game 5 is 5:07 as well on friday. >>> a doctor who ran a major health plan for employees is accused of running an illegal prescription drug operation. and the case against the doctor may also include underage sex and c
be called by its true name, modern slavery. we have a report today from fred de sam lazaro on father shea cullen, an irish catholic priest in the philippines who has devoted his life to rescuing thousands of young girls who had been swept up in sex trafficking and prostitution. >> reporter: angeles city is one of the asia's most notorious sex districts. even on a rainy evening, dozens of young wom were outside their establishments on the lookout for customers. >> don't touch me, ma'am. >> reporter: shay cullen cuts a promising customer profile around here, and on this night he was frequently accosted. in fact, the 74-year-old ireland-born dominican catholic priest has campaigned for four decades to clean up this district. the boom in commercial sex here dates back to the vietnam war, when the u.s. military greatly expanded its philippine bases nearby. today, father shay, as he's called around here, says 12,000 women work this strip. where do they come from primarily? >> the majority in this area are coming from north america. australia is quite big. koreans, there's special clubs here for
suspects or shea they found but tell us the judge issued the search warrant for probable cause. >> i think that they have a misconstrued the whole situation. >> reporter: the search was for debit and credit cards and other items that had been stolen. >> i've never stolen a credit camp. >> reporter: have you ever been a member of l.a. fitness? >> never been there. >> reporter: on september 27th mrs. staley went to the toys r us to buy legos for her nephew. >> clerk said are you a reward member? i said yes, my husband is. he said i can look you up by your phone number. >> reporter: she rattled off her phone number. now she thinks the customer behind her might have had a stolen credit card to buy a playstation and used her overheard rewards number which allows you to get a discount. i'm a guy with a credit card that i stole. why do i want a discount? >> right. ght. well, it's not. it's to link the transaction to someone else. >> reporter: she says to throw the cops off the trail. the search warrant the couple has says surveillance video at toys r us and at a target store where the stolen
up when you do. ú=wellness and exercise expert shea vaughn founded an initiative designed to combat obesity in the u.s.. she is here to tell us about how the group and to give a little does a lot foundation helped obesity. >> we are going to be talking about the fund-raiser you have me involved in. tell me a little bit about sheanetics. >> it is a combination of yoga, tight cheek martial arts ... a lot of things together. and martial arts. the tide that to everything we do and everybody we meet. >> tell me about the health the initiative. you got a fund- raiser at the last factory coming off this thursday >> we do. it is a program we put together because we are having chicago lead the way to fight obesity which is a national crisis. you're talking about 70 percent of adults that are overweight or obese and 33% on a national basis of children. some wanted to put something together that would be able to give back to the school and children to help educate them and bring more awareness to the nation. >> i don't do solo gigs very often. i am working on it. >> there will be enterta
but here's the problem. we did have these planned. shea benefits plans and health reform outlawed because they did not provide the benefit level the health reform bill last for. $70 billion worth of benefits. no more to these plans. wait a second, these are great plans so the irony is these part-timers are not getting health insurance because of the health reform law. what happened was these companies said if we want a waiver or a 1-year waiver to adjust. now that one year waiver is over. we will start moving part-timers. mcdonald's already saying $420 million in extra costs from the health reform law looking at ruby tuesday and also jack in the box. cheryl: the president of moji autos on the noon show. i don't know what we are going to do. we have to do something and trying to figure out because this could be a big hit to the bottom line. it is huge. anything washington is going to say is the right to new legislation. >> the bottom line, potential more like japan, 25% of the work force is part time. right now is only 15% are part-timers in the work force. watch out for this. we will get
went through all the doctor seuss books and her children's books and changed the hes to sheas 'cause i didn't like it that they were all he's. but freshman? come on. >> bill: stossel joins us from washington. explain this to me, so you go down to chappell hill, go to the university of north carolina, but you're a freshman anymore. what are you? what is the term now? >> first year, you're first year student. >> bill: your not a freshman because it's freshman, man. that is sexist. >> i thought it was fresh human. but yes. some woman might feel dissed and you have to be very careful not to offend anyone. your show would be banned. >> bill: of course my show would be banned. did you know that in proper english, the masculine pronoun always takes precedent? did you know that? >> i did not. >> bill: yes. so therefore, when writing a literature at university of north carolina, you can use he when it is something that could be he or she. that's why god is referred to as a he, because nobody know what is god is, if it's a gender or anything. but i digress. >> i still think i did the right thing
to get certified as a teacher because she wants to teach in the new york public schools. shea wants to work with children in the bronx. they never end affirmative sentences with periods when they're talking. i can imitated but you know what i mean. dr. king said this or something like this or someone said this, pass the torch along. that was the close and then there was a question mark that she said. that is what i decided i'm going to do. .. it's time for you to get real furniture. i would be glad to go with you to target any time you like. that's your favorite store. she was lucky to get she won the hearts of grown-ups who could intervene to her, and you know, the priest of the church did the same for a lot of kids come saved a lot of souls but if there is any lesson here in my believe it is not that we should celebrate exceptional body of opportunity. pineapple prevail in part on scholarships, philanthropy and charges -- charge is a lovely thing. i never turn it down i assure you, but it will never become it never was and it isn't now a substitute for a systematic justice. thanks
can see the flow around it we call counterclockwise still going to push instability and shea shower in our forecast, cold front on the left comes in friday into saturday and brings another stray chance of shower and keeps temperatures below average. sunday back to average, monday through wednesday, 70s and 80s away the coast. >>> good morning. rain showers overnight might have slick roads in your neighborhood give yourself extra time. no delays at the bay bridge, no metering lights, no problems on the upper deck same with golden gate bridge had earlier roadwork on the northside, that is still out there down to one lane then opens up after that they hope to have that picked up in the next 30 minutes no delays now over the waldo. you might find slow traffic south 101 past miller creek, marinwood area multi-vehicle accident chp trying to get that cleared not seeing significant slow down. eastbound 580 roadwork three lanes blocked greenville to north flynn. again, no major delays in the noncommute direction. >>> wendy's logo is getting a 21st century make over. the old fashioned letteri
it would be very hard. we had to take it, as cleat shea goes, one game at a time. we really did. >> the difference will be who can play together, who can stick the closest and who is the better team, not just on the field, but who is the best group of guys. i have a lot of confidence in my team, we are very, very, gritty and grindy. >> gritty and grindy, we like that. brandon belt said it. the first two games all about momentum and energy from the fans. now if you don't have a ticket and want to see the game, get ready to open your wallet. standing room only seats could run you as much as $160, $170 and $10,000 for lower box seats. we found that on stub hub today. not to be outdone, the nooners take on the new york giants at the stick later this afternoon. very busy day in san francisco and, of course, go giants. we are live at&t park,albc7 news. >> the first pitch of the best of seven in the nlcs against the cardinals is at 5:15 p.m. at the ballpark. the joints will play two games here at home and then head to st. louis. game six and seven will be played at&t park, if necessary
that question. bus shea isn't a republic working for george bush but a democrat working for president obama, they have virtually no curiosity about this question. >> bill: it's amazing, it really is amazing that that question is a simple question. absolutely. >> it's a simple direct question. who told you to go out and say that? >> bill: right. >> by the way, i have no proof of this, i'm just telling -- an educated guess. i will bet you it was a political person like axelrod or valerie jarrett. >> bill: all right. bernie goldberg, everybody as always. thank you. we have watters world on deck. why are people giving money to the obama campaign? what is the reason for that? watters in hollywood upcoming. ♪ ♪ ♪ hi dad. many years from now, when the subaru is theirs... hey. you missed a spot. ...i'll look back on this day and laugh. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. >> back of the book segment tonight, watters world. president obama has collected a lot of money in big cities like new york and los angeles for his re-election campaign. but why are the folks giving so much to the pres
.c. council member mary shea will introduce a bill to implement the district's long stalled red top parking meter program for disabled drivers. currently they can park for free at any meter. under the new program, all drivers would have to pay for street parking but about 10% of the meters, those with the red tops, would be reserved for drivers with disabilities. it is intended to stop the abuse of disabled parking privileges. >>> time for another your money report. >> let's talk shopping with jessica doyle. >> that's right. fall savings on a budget. we're going to the outlets because they have been evolving. did you know most of the merchandise you'll find at the outlets ant from a season or two ago. they're brand new. they also probably never even saw the inside of a flagship store like nordstrom. the trendy merchandise is made for the stores. a whopping 85% of merchandise you're going to find at the outlets is made specifically for factory consumers. and consumers are loving those bargains. outlets have become one of the fastest growing retail sectors in the down economy. retailers like
it is so thick and yummy. mango butter, shea birth, cocoa butter, feels incredible on dry, itchy skin. >> nice, nice and thick. yummy. >> the best razor is the shick hydro. this it has the strips, you are moisture rising and skip shaving cream and maybe the body lotion. >> well done, leah. leah dryer if that is your real name. thank you, sweetheart. >>> with halloween a week away we are scaring up a monster edition of who knew >> the houston family opens up about a life after whitney and how they are cope wetting cameras rolling. >> love, fantasy and afford able holiday gifts from neiman marcus. ndation for women breast cancer crusade. so i can get the energized feeling i need and support a great cause? i'm sold. pink lemonade 5-hour energy? yeah and a portion of every sale goes to the avon foundation for women breast cancer crusade. i'm sold. new pink lemonade 5-hour energy. get the alert, energized feeling you need and support breast cancer research and access to care. try these. new cepacol sensations cools instantly, and has an active ingredient that stays with you long after the
't enjoy it. like my piano teacher, for example. >> rose: what happened to european know teacr? >> sheas a great pianist at the time but during the cultural revolution they sent her to somewhere and she had to feed pigs in the farmland. >> rose: no connection to a piano at all? no connection to culture at all. >> right, so she didn't enjoy that. >> rose: you play today chinese music as well as the western canon >> yes, i play also -- i actually do some traditional chinese music and i do it like arrangement to the piano so i start playing chinese stuff on the pianos. sounds interesting but we're trying to mix up the technique from the chinese sic tste. a ot vibrato and try to adapt that kind of sound in piano keys. >> rose: even though you're only 30 you teach master classes. >> yes, i have a school in china in shin gin and now we have -- >> rose: shinjin is a lively place. >> yes, lovely city. >> rose: how big? >> ten million. >> rose: ten million people! >> not the biggest. >> rose: how many are there in china? >> i would say probably around eight -- >> rose: with more than ten milln p
for the murders of gary hinman and donald shorty shea. but davis was not involved in the infamous tate-la bianca murders. prosecutors and victims' families say that doesn't matter. >> he's flown under the water, because lot of people think watson was the main man. but it's not true. bruce davis was the second in charge. >> when you're in the room with these people sitting as closely as i do, you can see the lack of emotion. >> governor jerry brown can reverse the decision and keep davis in prison. that's what governor arnold schwarzenegger did in 2010. other manson family involved in the murders remain in prison, of course, along with charles manson. >>> california will not be implementing a national law to track sex offenders. the program is supposed to link all 50 states into a national system for registering and tracking sex offenders. california and four other states decided not to implement the program because of doubts about how it works and how much it costs. that means the state will lose some federal law enforcement funding. 16 states have fully implemented the law. >>> coming up next,
on positions like gay marriage, a host of social issues -- >> jack shea wrote a good column in reuters about why politicians lie. because the feelings that the politicians express, the ability to make the electorate feel good is more important than, you know, to the voters than like what they actually say. and it's historically consistent. >> there's a difference on this, there's flip flopping and then what romney is doing. this is not classic flip flopping because he's not actually changed any of his positions. he's not put policies forward that we can say yes, he's moved to the middle, changed his position. he's denied the consequences of the policies he's running on. obama can hit him -- >> he's denied the statements themselves as if this is all incredibly transient, it's all in the ecos. nothing to pin him down. those words are not what i meant and what i mean is not what i say. >> not a $5 trillion tax cut -- >> no economist can say it is. >> well -- >> isn't it in a lot of ways means this is not so much a test of mitt romney who will say whatever he wants to say whether it is completel
it and read it again. i now have a special pleasure of introducing my friend, jay lefkowitz. shea is a senior partner at kirkland and alice here in new york city. jay is a well-known commodity in the washington policy world, having served with distinction and cabinet secretary under president george h.w. bush and mr. and cabinet secretary under president george h.w. bush and mr. and cabinet secretary under president george h.w. bush and mr. and cabinet secretary under president george h.w. bush and mr. accused of what an incredible with unparalleled efficiency. he served with great authority and issues from stem cell research to jewish version patterns in presidential elections to human rights in north korea and such "new york times," "the wall street journal" and "washington post." he's an envoy for north korea under president george w. bush. in that position, george is known for his forthright criticism assembly of the north korean, but also china for failing to do more to assist a flight to freedom. she did not spare criticism either of the folks in foggy bottom. he was well known for crit
democrat carol shea-porter and republican frank guinta, who unseated her in 2010. now, she's running on opposition to the tea party's record in new hampshire. >> they forgot they were there to create jobs and they didn't pass a comprehensive jobs bill and they turned towards social engineering with trying to block contraception and all those other issues that, that really shocked new hampshire. >> reporter: but congressman guinta is betting on frustration with wasteful spending-- the same issue he rode to victory in 2010, and one that often excites voters in new hampshire, which boasts no sales tax. >> they did have the stimulus, $800 billion and then it turns out that it wasn't nearly as effective as they hoped it was going to be. we continue to see the borrowing, those things really frustrated america and as a result you saw this 87 freshman class get elected. so i think that the other side feels they have no alternative but to try to ram the entire republican party as tea party and that just doesn't hold water. >> reporter: a new suffolk university poll out this week shows the pre
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